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Bayern Munich confirm the signing of Lucas Hernandez

Bayern have confirmed the signing of Lucas Hernandez from Atletico Madrid for a club-record fee of £68m. The France international had been touted to make the switch to the Bavarian giants over the past few months and it has not been officially confirmed that he will be joining the club during the summer transfer window.

Speaking to the club’s official website, Hernandez said: “This is a really important day in my footballing career. FC Bayern Munich is one of the best clubs in Europe and the world. I’m proud to be able to fight for all possible titles with Bayern. I’d like to thank Atletico, the management, the coaches, my teammates and the fans for 12 wonderful years. Atletico will always remain a part of me. Now I’m looking forward to taking the next step with FC Bayern.”
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Rio Ferdinand speaks about England’s dominance after Liverpool beat Bayern Munich

Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Rio Ferdinand has said that England could be up for a period of dominance in European competitions after all four Premier League sides reached the quarter final stage of the Champions League. No English side has managed to win the elite competition since Chelsea managed the feat in 2012, but they have given themselves a strong chance of breaking the drought with the likes of Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain already eliminated.

Speaking on BT Sport, Ferdinand said that the cycle may be turning in England’s favour following a period of dominance from the Spanish sides. He added to point out that Liverpool did not produce their best performance on the night at Bayern Munich but it was the result that eventually mattered on the night, he said: “We mentioned the cycle before the game and it seems like it’s turning in England’s favour.Four teams have come through. No, it wasn’t a great performance from Liverpool. We’ve seen them play better but at this stage, knockout football is not about performing sometimes.”
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Football club Bayern Munich, are lining up a summer swoop fooLOSC Lille forward Nicolas Pepe, as a replacement for the ageing Arjen Robben. Robben who is currently in his 10th season with the Bavarians, and at the age of 35. With the look of things, his playing days at Bayern are now numbered. Having that in mind, the club are now on a scouting mission for a potential replacement for the Dutchman, and a number of names have been flying around.

Their interest in Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson- Odoi was made known to thepublic in January, but after four rebuffed offer, they were unable to secure their target, as Chelsea maintained the 18-year-old wasn’t for sale. Reports have also linked the reigning Bundesliga champions to the signing of Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic, and now a new name has been added to the list. According to media reports, the Munich based club are lining up a bid for Lille forward Pepe following the 23-year- old’s blistering start to the Ligue 1 season.
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Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben remains unsure regarding his future

Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben has admitted that he is unsure where his future could lie following the end of the ongoing campaign. The Dutch footballer has already confirmed that he would be leaving the Bavarian giants at the expiry of his contract in the summer, thereby completing 10 years with the German champions.

Speaking to Radio 538, Robben has acknowledged that he has yet to decide on his next challenge and that may also involve him hanging up his boots, he said: “I still do not know what I will do. I have to think about everything and I could even stop playing but everything is still up in the air. I do not want to wait too long to make a decision but nor do I want to make a decision without little thinking. The opinion of my family is very important in the choice that I will make.”
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The winger is looking to play on after his time with Bavarians ends this summer but will hang it up if he does not receive the right offer.

Arjen Robben is looking to continue his playing career after leaving Bayern Munich this summer but admits he is willing to retire if “the ideal offer” does not arrive.
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Arjen Robben insists Bayern Munich can’t talk about titles

Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben has said that the club cannot talk about titles at the moment as they have simply not been good enough since the start of the season. The Bavarian giants have dominated the Bundesliga with seven-straight league titles and the current campaign sees them struggling with already a nine-point deficit to league leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Amidst this, a number of Bayern players have voiced their disappointment and Robben, who is one of the club’s longest-serving stars admits that the club can focus on titles for the timebeing, he said: “We can’t talk about titles at the moment, because we simply aren’t good enough for that. I’m in my tenth season at Bayern and don’t know if I’ve ever experienced it like this before: every day, something new comes out. It’s not about soccer anymore, but only about secondary things.”
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Robben reckons Munich shouldn’t talk about title

Arjen Robben reckons it’s not appropriate for Bayern Munich to talk about the Bundesliga title at the moment because they have just not played well enough to earn a right to talk. They would have had that right if they were at the top of the table, but currently they are not.

Munich, at this stage, is placed at no. 5 in the standings which is quite unfamiliar to them because they are so used to being at the top. They have been the champions of the German top tier for the previous six seasons on the bounce. Read more »

Arjen Robben determined to secure second Champions League crown

Bayern Munich attacker Arjen Robben has said that he is focused of making a strong challenge for the Champions League this term as it could end up being the final time he could feature in the elite competition. The Dutchman would be turning 35 during the month of January and this has generated doubts over his Bayern future with his contract expiring at the end of the season.

Speaking to, Robben has indicated that the current season may provide his final opportunity of securing a second Champions League crown, he said: “I don’t know whether this could be my last chance to win the Champions League; time will tell. Either way, it is another chance to win it. Our goal is obviously to go as far as possible.
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With Bayern Munich currently in transition plans, the best wing partnership in the history of the game is set to end. The German side has kick-started moves to replace the wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery after many years of meritorious service.

The duo terrorized the defences of the opposition, making darting runs, scoring goals and having assists. They were at the opposite ends of the pitch but they were well coordinated in messing up their markers.
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Bayern’s Robben’s Shoes Will Be Hard To Fill

Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben remains one of the most prolific wingers in the history of the game. ‘Mr. Cut Inside’ has been one of the instrumental players at the German club in the past decade.

He was the hottest winger in the world in a long time despite his career been hampered by injuries. When he paired with his left counterpart Franck Ribery, the result was devastation for any opposing defence. Despite his advanced age, Robben continues to play a critical role at the club. The club’s replacement plans in Diego Costa and Kingsley Coman did a good job but they could not eventually displace the veterans. Read more »